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## Programming Notes Study Guide

by: Neha Bhagirath

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# Programming Notes Study Guide BE1500

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This a study guide for the first midterm for BE 1500
COURSE
Intro to Programming
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This 9 page Study Guide was uploaded by Neha Bhagirath on Wednesday June 15, 2016. The Study Guide belongs to BE1500 at Wayne State University taught by Tonya Whitehead in Spring 2016. Since its upload, it has received 26 views. For similar materials see Intro to Programming in Engineering and Tech at Wayne State University.

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Date Created: 06/15/16
Day 8  ­3 variables (2,3,4 line) and e and a are strings because e is in single quotes    ­Base ten numbers are decimal numbers  ­Binary numbers are base 10 (only 1 and 0, on or off)    ­every binary has a unique decimal value   ­how to convert from binary to decimal:    EXAM REVIEW:  ­ 4 anonymous functions and 1 vector are the inputs so there are 5 inputs  ­there are zero outputs  ­are the anonymous functions always in the command window? If it says “the anonymous  functions are going to be an input, then yes.” otherwise, it might say define them in your function  ­anything you put in the command window, it is not known by the script so you must put any  defined variables in the command window (like T=1)    Day 9­Exam review  ­know how to do anonymous functions w/ multiple variables    Question 1:    Answer:    Script:  %p is the density   %for two variables you need two defining input equations  d=input('Enter a diameter of the tank: ')  h=input('Enter a height of the tank: ')     volume=1/3*pi*(d/2)^2*h;  %replace r with d/2  %doesn't ask for an anonymous function so you do not need it  weight=volume*62.3; %consider mass as weight, d=m/v     display(volume)  display(weight)      Command Window:  >> untitled6  Enter a diameter of the tank: 4    d =         4    Enter a height of the tank: 4    h =         4      volume =       16.7552      weight =       1.0438e+03    >> format compact  >> untitled6  Enter a diameter of the tank: 4  d =       4  Enter a height of the tank: 4  h =       4  volume =     16.7552  weight =     1.0438e+03                Question 2:  Answer:  Script:  %says in the question we have one input with 5 numbers   function[sue]=untitled6(tim)  a=tim(1);  b=tim(2);  c=tim(3);  d=tim(4);  e=tim(5);  sue=(a+b+c+d+e)/5;  %other option you can do is sue=mean(tim) which is more efficient;  %other option is to do sue=(tim(1)+tim(2)+tim(3)+tim(4)+tim(5))/5;  end     Command Window:  untitled6([2 4 6 8 10])  ans =       6    Question 3:  Answer:  Script:  function [ output_args ] = untitled9( x1,y1,z1,x2,y2,z2)  %UNTITLED9 Summary of this function goes here  %   Detailed explanation goes here  d=((x2­x1)^2+(y2­y1)^2+(z2­z1)^2)^(1/2) ​ %distance calculation  i (x1~=0) && (x2~=0) && (y1~=0) && (y2~=0) && (z1~=0) && (z2~=0) ​ %the double and  is like doing a semicolon at the end and it suppresses the calculation      display'Points in 3D space'​)  elseif(x1~=0) && (x2~=0) && (y1==0) && (y2==0) && (z1==0) && (z2==0)      display'Points along the x­axis')  elseif(y1~=0) && (y2~=0) && (x1==0) && (x2==0) && (z1==0) && (z2==0)      display'Points along the y­axis')  elseif(z1~=0) && (z2~=0) && (y1==0) && (y2==0) && (x1==0) && (x2==0)      display'Points along the z­axis')  elsei​(x1==0) && (x2==0)      display'Points within y­z plan) ​ elsei​(y1==0) && (y2==0)      display'Points within x­z plan) ​ elsei​(z1==0) && (z2==0)      display'Points within x­y plan) ​ end  end​ %need two end statements for a function or switchcase with elseif      Command Window:   untitled9(1,2,3,12,13,14)    d =       19.0526    Points in 3D space  >>

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